Tennessee junior center Cody Pope was taken to a hospital Tuesday afternoon during practice, but there does not appear to be anything seriously wrong with him.
According to Vols coach Derek Dooley, Pope was taken in as a precautionary measure, but said Pope is 'just fine and ready to go.'
Late Tuesday night, Jimmy Stanton, UT's associate athletic director for communications, said Pope was released and is expected to practice today.
The incident was first reported by WNML, which said Pope was experiencing stroke-like symptoms when taken to UT Medical Center with what was later called a possible severe stinger.
When asked about injuries after Tuesday's practice, Dooley didn't mention his anchor on the offensive line.
'Not right now,' Dooley said when asked if he was aware of any new injuries. 'We always know more in the morning when everybody gets a little treatment.'
On his Twitter account Tuesday night, Pope tweeted, "Thanks for the prayers, I'm going to be just fine."